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 What is the hardest wood for flooring?

Answer Lingnum vitae is the hardest wood flooring available, scoring a 4500 rating on the Janka Hardness Scale. Because Lignum vitae is classified as a potentially endangered species, it is not often avai... Read More »
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What is hardest wood flooring?

What is the hardest wood available for flooring in North America?

probably Brazilian Walnut, may not be the absolute hardest but for practical purposes it is. You could go with some of the Iron woods but you will go through cutting blades like crazy.
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What are the advantages and disadvantages of bamboo flooring versus wood flooring?

Bamboo flooring is usually more environmentally friendly. Bamboo also gives a very different visual look to a room than wood.Renewable bamboo flooring cost less than hardwood and look great. Bamboo... Read More »
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How to Install Wood Laminate Flooring With a Flooring Stapler?

Wood laminate flooring is generally installed in the same manner as regular hardwood flooring, with tongue-and-groove connections on the sides that hold it all together. A pneumatic flooring staple... Read More »
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